TUAW TV Live: The end-of-year panel discussion
The holidays are still here. You're at home, stuck with the relatives for the next few days, and you'd like to do something fun. Why not join a group of TUAW bloggers for an hour of discussion and laughs?
Every Wednesday afternoon I host TUAW TV Live, which (as the name implies) is a live one-hour streaming video show discussing the week's Apple news, demonstrating new software, providing the occasional giveaway and more. You can participate in the show through the Ustream chat tool that appears on the next page.
Today's show is going to be a bit of a first for TUAW TV Live, as I'll be hosting a group of my fellow bloggers in a free-for-all discussion of Apple in 2010 and what we expect to see in the next year. If the gods of technology are with us today, there should be several of us chatting together over Skype.
How can you join in on the fun? From your Mac or PC, go to the next page by clicking the Read More link at the bottom of this post, and you'll find a livestream viewer and a chat tool. The chat tool allows you to participate by asking questions or making comments.
If you're driving somewhere and would like to watch TUAW TV Live while you're stuck in traffic, please don't -- keep your eyes on the road! However, if someone else is doing the driving, you can watch the show on your iPhone and join the chat by downloading the free Ustream Viewing Application. If you're on an iPad, you should be able to use the Skyfire Browser to watch the stream, although you will not be able to participate in the chat.
We'll start at about 5 PM ET, so if you're seeing a prerecorded show, be sure to refresh your browser until you get the live stream.
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